Prepared for: Cisco DNA Customer, Solutions Support Prepared by: Tomas de Leon, Technical Leader
November 02, 2018 Document number: 11022018_v2
The objective of this document is to help you with planning for the different IP addresses and IP address pools that may be needed when planning for the configuration of a DNAC appliance(s) and network devices in your fabric.
There are some external links that talk about all the different components of the fabric that require IP addressing like the DNAC, Underlay, Overlay etc. Here are some examples but this worksheet will help with the planning if even only for the DNAC.
The worksheet has been updated to include the new VIP requirements for DNAC versions 1.2.5 and later.
The worksheet & example is attached to this article.
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